Roger Goldstein, FAIA, LEED AP
Science & Technology Practice Leader
Roger’s work encompasses a broad range of Goody Clancy’s higher-education projects, with a particular focus on facilities for science and technology. His career-long interest in daylight in architecture has found expression in the Dreyfus Chemistry Laboratories (MIT) and the Cell and Genome Sciences Building (UConn Health Center), both award winners as Renovated Laboratory of the Year. He has written articles and lectured frequently on accessibility and laboratory design.
He has served as president of both the Massachusetts and Boston chapters of the AIA, and as the chair of the national American Architectural Foundation Environmental Education Committee. His long-running involvement with the Boston Architectural College and the Boston Foundation for Architecture reflects his commitment to developing new generations of design professionals. At MIT, he and his brothers have endowed the annual Goldstein Lecture in Architecture, Engineering and Science, in memory of their father, MIT alumnus S. James Goldstein.
Roger’s current projects include the Cell & Genome Sciences Building at the University of Connecticut, studies for academic science facilities at Bowdoin College and Tufts University, and the new Integrated Sciences Complex at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, opened in late 2014.
B.S. and M.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology